Gaza: Nazi Propaganda

Response to the New York Times misleading report against the Palestinian resistance on Oct. 7


☠️ We regret to say that most of the western countries’ media and press agencies have exceeded the idea of being biased to what the Israeli propaganda says to a new level of spreading lies and slanders against the Palestinians and their resistance.

☠️ The last of which was a misleading report by the New York Times over allegations of rape and sexual violence by the Palestinian resistance fighters during the glorious Al-Aqsa Flood operation on October 7, titled “Screams Without Words’: How Hamas Weaponized Sexual Violence on Oct. 7.”

☠️ As we announced in previously statements that we categorically deny such allegations and consider it as part of the Israeli attempt to demonize and dehumanize the Palestinian people and resistance, and to justify the Israeli army war crimes and crimes of genocide against the Palestinian people.

☠️ The New York Times misleading report was only based on Israeli public servants who only speak what go in line with the Israeli propaganda and in line with the Israeli attempt to dehumanize the Palestinian people. The report also narrated claims from women who said they heard other women repeating these allegations. All what was mentioned of testimonies don’t indicate conclusive evidence of one Palestinian fighter committing such shameful acts.

☠️ The New York Times allegations contradict the very testimonies that Israeli women themselves said of the good treatment they had experienced from the Palestinian fighters on October 7. Anyone who is engaged in investigating these claims and allegations can easily watch their videos on social media. They (Israeli women) spoke to Israeli media and never mentioned such lies.

☠️ Moreover, all Israeli female captives who were released from Gaza could only say well treatment they have received and the fighters (captors) keenness to provide them all they needed despite the difficult situation in Gaza. It is enough to mention what they said that they and their captors were eating the same food.

☠️ You may all remember the letter written by the Israeli mother to her captors who simply voiced gratitude to them for not making her and her daughter feel in prison.

☠️ If the Hamas resistance fighters held such ideas of sex violence, they would mistreat those who were in their captivity, but the contrary freedom fighters never commit such allegations as their religion, values and culture forbid such acts.

☠️ Our resistance members are fighters for freedom and dignity, they would never commit such shameful acts. Our religion, values and culture and societal norms don’t accept these acts and even don’t tolerate them. We mention that there was not a single “rape case” filed in Palestinian courts in Gaza against any citizen.

☠️ The Palestinian fighters on October 7 were busy in one mission which is to defend the Palestinian people and to break unjust siege imposed on Gaza by fighting the Gaza Division of the Israeli army, and successfully performed such mission in a glorious and honourable way.

☠️ Furthermore, the duration of the Al-Aqsa Flood operation was very short; it was a matter of few hours and most of the fighters had withdrawn from the Israeli sites back to Gaza to take their positions to defend our people and land. Such period could never give time or space to the fighters to think of nothing but their mission which is to crush the enemy’s military sites.

☠️ We expressed at various occasions our readiness and welcomed any international inquiry mission to look into any allegations, contrary to the Israeli side who only spread their unproven lies without having any crucial evidence.

☠️ The New York Times report also purposefully failed to mention the Israeli reports that said the Israeli army committed what can be described as crimes by bombing Israelis and Palestinian fighters and killing many of both.

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